The Aging Services Advisory Council is comprised of volunteers representing seniors, persons with disabilities, and caregivers residing in the Coastal Georgia region. Members of the Council are a diverse group of individuals possessing a wide-range of life skills, knowledge and experiences which serve to assist the Area Agency on Aging as it strives to:
- Meet the needs of seniors at risk
- Advocate for improved services for the elderly and disabled; and to
- Educate our elected officials and others about issues impacting the elderly and disabled.
Who serves on the Aging Services Advisory Council?
The membership of the Advisory Council consist of persons over 60 years of age, consumers, aging advocates, other interested individuals and local elected officials.
Each county commission in our nine-county region appoints two consumer representatives; both over the age of 60 and at least one must be a minority representative. The City of Savannah also appoints two consumer representatives both over the age of 60 and at least one must be a minority representative.
Listed in the column on the right are the representatives from each county and the City of Savannah. If you would like to become a member of the Aging Services Advisory Council, please contact your county clerk's office at your respective Board of County Commissioners in the county where you reside.